I’m Anna Mason. I’m a self-taught professional watercolour artist specialising in realism and botanical art.  I’ve created this website to share with you my watercolour technique and to help motivate you to begin or improve your own painting.

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How to paint a realistic juicy orange slice in watercolour with Anna Mason

I’m just back from a sunshine filled holiday in Florida! What a tonic that was. It was gorgeous – but now I find myself back to reality in the rather drab end of January weather here in the UK. So, in an effort to lift the sprits, I thought I’d create a bit of my

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Learning to paint can be a solitary activity. But what you need the most is some positive feedback on your work. That’s why I’ve set up the gallery page. For you to share and to support each other.

Fortnightly Featured Gallery Painting

Every fortnight I select a painting uploaded to the gallery to feature here on the homepage- a painting with something really positive we can take from it!

Merryweather Damsons

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Stella started this in a class with me in November and it took her a couple of months to complete – snatching sessions whenever she could. What fab perseverance – it’s really paid off here.

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